THIS COURSE IS ONLY FOR GRADUATE STUDENT INSTRUCTORS.
Methods and techniques of teaching are demonstrated to Graduate Student Instructors (GSIs) through seminars, workshops, and personal instruction by senior faculty. GSIs are taught the various modes of teaching used in the College and the types of instructional techniques they are expected to perform. Since most of the courses in the College are unique, senior faculty who use GSIs will independently instruct them on the special needs and methods used in their courses. Orientation seminars will also cover topics of ethics, deportment, College Rules, and other general areas of instruction that can affect GSI performance. No more than one credit hour of Arch 993 may apply toward the M.Arch. degree.